The pandemic showed us that online learning works, but we can do better. Creating an interactive learning environment will help teachers build engaging classes, leading to more learning opportunities for their students, no matter where they are.
Starting a new year is an excellent opportunity to put last year’s lessons into practice and start with a clean slate. This is especially true for using innovative and exciting edtech tools! Here are the six essential educational trends to look out for in 2022:
Being a teacher isn’t easy, and there are many serious moments in the classroom. However, as we’re getting closer to the end of this year, let’s have a little fun with lighthearted teacher memes that pretty much capture what we’ve thought (and said) in 2021. Happy New Year!
Real teacher problems require real solutions and significant changes. One of these changes is implementing edtech that decreases their heavy workload and allows teachers to focus on what is truly important, especially their work-life balance and wellbeing.
Finding a balance between the ability to cooperate independence is tricky. However, it doesn’t mean that teachers don’t have solutions. The 3 Before Me method is a perfect example of how educators can teach problem-solving skills without making a compromise.
Students spend a lot of time online. Most of them also enjoy gaming in one way or another. Teachers can’t ignore these facts, so it bears the question: Why not use this to your advantage when teaching students about digital literacy and online safety?
Computational thinking is an innovative approach that helps students navigate the digital world, turning them from consumers to content creators. Here are six tools that teachers can use to encourage computational thinking in their classrooms:
Collaborating with learning partners from your community means more than a lecture or Q&A session. Let’s find out what you can do as a teacher to strengthen the school-community collaboration for both your professional growth and your students’ benefit:
While learning is a serious matter, that doesn’t mean that your teaching has to follow the traditional path. Here are five ways in which edtech helps teachers mix education with entertainment for a more enjoyable learning experience: